Learn about the history of Ston, located on second biggest Croatian peninsula – Pelješac, 1 hour away from Dubrovnik. Ston is 100% built Croatian town with the longest fortified system in Europe with 5,5km of walls still preserved. Taste mussel sand oysters from Ston bay where the tradition of growing oysters dates since thRoman times, and explore the oldest active salt plant on the whole Mediterranean built by the Dubrovnik Republic in the 14th Century.
Taste wines in local wineries and enjoy panoramic drive through wine region Pelješac and Dingač – most famous wine region in Croatia known for steep wine growing hills protected by Geneve convention for its authentencity since 1964.
After Dubrovnik,you will explore Korčula.
Korčula as a name stand for 2 things, Island, and town. Korčula is known for authentic white wines and you will have a chance to do wine tasting in Korčula as well. You will visit medieval Korčula town supposedly the birthplace of Marko Polo.
Ston and Korčula are both on UNESCOwaiting list!
Pick up and drop of, airconditioned Mercedes van and local born guide/driver, parking, boat to Korčula, Local tax, VAT,0.5 l watter
Ston walls tickets (50 KN agency price), wine tastings,75-100 kn, Lunch, Dinner